Notorious Nottingham-bred mythster MC Shandy Sira unleashes his unique satirical firestorm upon the geopolitical powers that be - pre-empting the multitudinous troubles of the recent past. Breathtaking. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Hip-Hop
Acidcore 8 bit performance with 80's computers (2 Amiga 1200-1 Amiga 500 - 1 Machintosh 2si- 1 Yamaha PSR 38 8 bit keyboards- 1 ibanez analog delay pedal "broken"- 1 boss metal zone pedal - 1 boss digital delay - 1 wahwah dunlop pedal - a wooden delay from the ice age.....)
Definitely the finest production of the bunch. In these early days, I was working in Cubase, using Reason and an MC-303 as my synths. There are some samples here from the crates of Peter Curry aka Daddy. Source: 1 Day We All Be Free
Transforming Problems - Week 5 - part 1 of 2 Venerable Thubten Dondrub Discovering Buddhism Module Recorded Oct 11, 2004 Consider well the disadvantages of self-cherishing and the advantages of cherishing others more than ourselves. Get inspired to exchange yourself with others, and then be guided in how to employ the special techniques of mind training or lo-jong as a means to transform problems into happiness and learn to like problems as much as ice cream! Source: Discovering Buddhism
track 5 on 'Reasons For Starvation' Reasons For Stravation was recorded in Troy, NY in 2003 using a variety of microphones, a yamaha 4-track recorder, guitars, cellos, keyboards, drums, and the dinkus (track 1).
track 8 on 'Reasons For Starvation' Reasons For Stravation was recorded in Troy, NY in 2003 using a variety of microphones, a yamaha 4-track recorder, guitars, cellos, keyboards, drums, and the dinkus (track 1).
Remember the Limit is an Olathe, KS band comprised of Nick Howell, Malakai Edison, and Collin Thomas. After not playing together for months, the trio finally found time to get to the studio and create some new music. With the addition of some new instruments, the sounds are a bit funkier, with a lot of singing and spoken word. Topics: Avantgarde, Experimental, Improvisation, Midwestern Free Improvisation, Future Jazz
A short excerpt from the experimental album "Sibilance" by Aaron Lennox. (12:31.928 - 13:36.703) - Slowed down field recording of static on an am radio, prepared piano (various objects strategically placed between strings). Contact - email@example.com Topics: Experimental, Found Sounds